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[audio]Underground press in the Bay area 1968 - interviews by Don Porsche - Pacifica Radio Archives
Underground press in the Bay area 1968 - interviews by Don Porsche. Recorded: 27 Mar. 1968. Marvin Garson, Bob Novick, and Louis Rappaport discuss their work to provide an alternative to the mainstreat press. (41 min.) BB2325 Pacifica Radio Archives.
Keywords: underground; press; bay; berkeley; porsche; garson; novick; rappaport; pacifica
Downloads: 154
[audio]United Latinos for Justice 1968 moderated by Elsa Knight Thompson - Pacifica Radio Archives
United Latinos for Justice, moderated by Elsa Knight Thompson. Victor Martinez and Juan Martinez discuss their attempt to unite the Chicano community.Recorded: 1 Apr. 1968.(39 min.)BB2467 Pacifica Radio Archives.
Keywords: latinos; justic; thompson; martinez; pacifica; chicano
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[audio]United Mexican-American Students Symposium - UCLA Feburary 1968 - Pacifica Radio Archives
United Mexican-american Students Symposium At UCLA, moderated by Eleasar Risco. Speech by President of the Mexican-American Political Association, Bert Corona, at a conference exploring Chicano political and social activities across the United States. CONTENTS: Introduction of Bert Corona. He begins with a story about the opression of colored alley cats by white alley cats. He discusses the need for political self-determination, the MAPA movement, land as a political power base, living in occupi...
Keywords: mexican-american; mexico; chicano; corona; mapa; mexica; pacifica
Downloads: 181
[audio]University of California Regents meeting
Free Speech Movement rally sounds at UCLA on the day of the University of California Regents meeting December 18th, 1964. Begins with Christmas caroling by a university chorale group. Later is a dialogue between Free Speech Movement supporters and Free Speech Movement opponents moderated by Colin D. Edwards. Interview by Colin D. Edwards with Assemblyman (25th District) William Stanton on reaching Regents decision.
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[audio]University Students for Law and Order (USLO) anti-FSM rally
Robert Dussault, coordinating chairman of USLO, is interviewed about his intention to return the university to a state of normalcy so that affairs can be conducted. Susan Trupin, a sit-in participant discusses her arrest and gives a report on the numerous students who were placed in solitary confinement and the police brutality she witnessed. Bob Mackray [sp?] USLO committee member speaks at an anti-FSM group rally...
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[audio]University Students for Law and Order press conference
University Students for Law and Order (USLO), and anti-Free Speech Movement group established two days prior, give a press conference, explaining who they are and reading their petition that states, "We, the undersigned responsible students of the University of California, interested primarily in obtaining an education, consider the disruptive tactics of the FSM to be totally unwarranted for the attainment of their original goals...
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[audio]Unwrapping a beautiful stranger : interview with and readings of Rosalyn Drexler (Part 1 of 2)
Recording contains dramatic readings from Rosalyn Drexler (born 1926), accomplished Pop-Art painter, author and playwright's books "I am the Beautiful Stranger," "One or Another," "To Smithereens," and "The Cosmopolitan Girl," interspersed with interview footage of Drexler discussing her life and writing. Readings performed by Drexler herself, Jan Albert (Producer), and David Rapkin (Technical producer).
Downloads: 12
[audio]Unwrapping a beautiful stranger : interview with and readings of Rosalyn Drexler (Part 2 of 2)
Recording contains dramatic readings from Rosalyn Drexler (born 1926), accomplished Pop-Art painter, author and playwright's books "I am the Beautiful Stranger," "One or Another," "To Smithereens," and "The Cosmopolitan Girl," interspersed with interview footage of Drexler discussing her life and writing. Readings performed by Drexler herself, Jan Albert (Producer), and David Rapkin (Technical producer).
Downloads: 11
[audio]Urvashi Vaid
Urvashi Vaid, one-time attorney with the ACLU National Prisoners Project, former director of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, co-founder of the Boston Lesbian/Gay Political Alliance and the author of Virtual Equality: The Mainstreaming of Gay and Lesbian Liberation, is considered one of the leading voices in the progressive LGBT movement. In this hour-long lecture, delivered on May 21, 1998, Vaid discusses the legal victories of the GLBT rights movement, anti-gay marriage and adoption la...
Keywords: VAID, URVASHI; GAY AND LESBIAN TASK FORCE; GAY RIGHTS; GAYS; HUMAN RIGHTS; ACLU
Downloads: 11
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